I'm looking for ideas for good triple jogger strollers. I'd like to know what you've used, what you liked and/or disliked about your model, how much it cost, etc.

I'm on my second triple stroller right now, and I've been unhappy with both of them (hence the question). Currently I'm using an older model Baby Jogger Q series. Main drawbacks:

1) the front wheels don't swivel

2) while it technically fits on a standard sidewalk, its width makes it extremely difficult to push at a walk, much less while running! (It keeps drifting off the sidewalk and getting stuck in the grass.)

I know that having enough small kids to need a triple puts me in the minority, but I'm still hoping that we have a big enough pool of contributors here to find a few good answers!

asked 17 Oct '09, 15:33

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Kudos to you for attempting to jog while pushing 3 kids... you must live somewhere flat!

(22 Nov '09, 22:20) Kate

Have you checked the Baby Bargains website? The parents on there know strollers inside and out, and hopefully will be able to help you find one that is suitable.


answered 19 Nov '09, 20:08

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Thanks - that site is a wealth of information!

(01 Dec '09, 04:50) Emily

There are a few triple joggers from StrollersDirect.com. At a glance, they all look similar: have swiveling front wheels, seat kids side by side (i.e. are wide), have four total wheels and are (very) expensive.

A triple (non-jogger) stroller that seats kids in front of one another is the Joovy Big Caboose - there are 2 full seats & one jump seat. It is not a traditional jogger, so it may not be appropriate... however, they are less than half the cost of those traditional joggers.


answered 22 Nov '09, 22:20

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